Frequently Asked Questions

Absolute Recruitment – Crewe


Here is a selection of the questions we are asked on a regular basis. We hope you find our answers useful.

You can make an initial enquiry by calling us on 01270 509 266. For us it’s all about people which is why we insist on meeting you, so you will need to call in and see us to register.

Once we’ve established what sort of work you are looking for, what locations you can travel to, what your salary expectations are and whether or not we think we will be able to secure work for you we can get cracking.

No. Registration is completely free. Be wary of any recruitment agency that asks you for money in order for them to find employment for you. Recruitment agencies shouldn’t make money by charging their contract staff. If you register with an agency that tries to charge a fee and are concerned that they are not entitled to charge, you should report them to the Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate at www.berr.gov.uk/whatwedo/employmentagencies/index.html.
No. Our application form contains a section where you can complete your career and qualification details.

However, if you can supply a CV it will help us get a much clearer picture of your skills, experience and career aspirations. For more information, take a look at CV advice.

It depends on what sort of work you are looking for. Industrial and hospitality placements are more plentiful than commercial, IT or marketing placements.

Commercial, IT and Marketing clients generally have a structured interview procedure, so it may be a little longer before you are working.

We recommend you bring the following to your appointment:

  • An up-to-date CV (if you have one)
  • Valid identity document that proves your eligibity to work in the UK
  • Your National Insurance number
  • Proof of address – from a P45, P60, bank statement, utility bill or payslip from your previous employer
  • Two references – or the details of two work-related referees we can contact
  • Bank details – if you are considering a temporary placement
Please call us on 01270 509 266 to either cancel the appointment or rearrange for another time.
For the most part temporary workers have the same rights and entitlements as direct employees. If you think that you are being disadvantaged in any way by your agency, you should contact the Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate by visiting their web site by clicking here .

Absolute Health & Care


Here is a selection of the questions we are asked on a regular basis. We hope you find our answers useful.

You can make an initial enquiry by calling us on 01270 509 266. For us it’s all about people which is why we insist on meeting you, so you will need to call in and see us to register.

Once we’ve established what sort of work you are looking for, what locations you can travel to, what your salary expectations are and whether or not we think we will be able to secure work for you we can get cracking.

No. Registration is completely free. Be wary of any recruitment agency that asks you for money in order for them to find employment for you. Recruitment agencies shouldn’t make money by charging their contract staff. If you register with an agency that tries to charge a fee and are concerned that they are not entitled to charge, you should report them to the Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate at www.berr.gov.uk/whatwedo/employmentagencies/index.html.
No. Our application form contains a section where you can complete your career and qualification details.

However, if you can supply a CV it will help us get a much clearer picture of your skills, experience and career aspirations. For more information, take a look at CV advice.

It depends on what sort of work you are looking for. Industrial and hospitality placements are more plentiful than commercial, IT or marketing placements.

Commercial, IT and Marketing clients generally have a structured interview procedure, so it may be a little longer before you are working.

We recommend you bring the following to your appointment:

  • An up-to-date CV (if you have one)
  • Valid identity document that proves your eligibity to work in the UK
  • Your National Insurance number
  • Proof of address – from a P45, P60, bank statement, utility bill or payslip from your previous employer
  • Two references – or the details of two work-related referees we can contact
  • Bank details – if you are considering a temporary placement
Please call us on 01270 509 266 to either cancel the appointment or rearrange for another time.
For the most part temporary workers have the same rights and entitlements as direct employees. If you think that you are being disadvantaged in any way by your agency, you should contact the Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate by visiting their web site by clicking here .

Meadowbank Associates – Nantwich


Meadowbank Associates has compiled a list of FAQs to assist you with successful job searching with recruitment agencies. We hope you find our answers useful.

You can make an initial enquiry by calling us on 01270 629 090. For us it’s all about people which is why we insist on meeting you, so you will need to call in and see us to register.

Once we’ve established what sort of work you are looking for, what locations you can travel to, what your salary expectations are and whether or not we think we will be able to secure work for you we can get cracking.

No. Registration is completely free. Be wary of any recruitment agency that asks you for money in order for them to find employment for you. Recruitment agencies shouldn’t make money by charging their contract staff. If you register with an agency that tries to charge a fee and are concerned that they are not entitled to charge, you should consult the Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate at www.berr.gov.uk/whatwedo/employmentagencies/index.html.
No. Our application form contains a section where you can complete your career and qualification details.

However, if you can supply a CV it will help us get a much clearer picture of your skills, experience and career aspirations. For more information, take a look at CV advice.

It depends on what sort of work you are looking for. Industrial and hospitality placements are more plentiful than commercial, IT or marketing placements.

Commercial, IT and Marketing clients generally have a structured interview procedure, so it may be a little longer before you are working.

We recommend you bring the following to your appointment:

  • An up-to-date CV (if you have one)
  • Valid identity document that proves your eligibity to work in the UK
  • Your National Insurance number
  • Proof of address – from a P45, P60, bank statement, utility bill or payslip from your previous employer
  • Two references – or the details of two work-related referees we can contact
  • Bank details – if you are considering a temporary placement
Please call us on 01270 629 090 to either cancel the appointment or rearrange for another time.
For the most part temporary workers have the same rights and entitlements as direct employees. If you think that you are being disadvantaged in any way by your agency, you should contact the Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate by visiting www.berr.gov.uk/whatwedo/employmentagencies/index.html

Bralin Recruitment – Winsford


Here is a selection of the questions we are asked on a regular basis. We hope you find our answers useful.

You can make an initial enquiry by calling us on 01606 591 991. For us it’s all about people which is why we insist on meeting you, so you will need to call in and see us to register.

Once we’ve established what sort of work you are looking for, what locations you can travel to, what your salary expectations are and whether or not we think we will be able to secure work for you we can get cracking.

No. Registration is completely free. Be wary of any recruitment agency that asks you for money in order for them to find employment for you. Recruitment agencies shouldn’t make money by charging their contract staff. If you register with an agency that tries to charge a fee and are concerned that they are not entitled to charge, you should report them to the Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate at www.berr.gov.uk/whatwedo/employmentagencies/index.html.
No. Our application form contains a section where you can complete your career and qualification details.

However, if you can supply a CV it will help us get a much clearer picture of your skills, experience and career aspirations. For more information, take a look at CV advice.

It depends on what sort of work you are looking for. Industrial and hospitality placements are more plentiful than commercial, IT or marketing placements.

Commercial, IT and Marketing clients generally have a structured interview procedure, so it may be a little longer before you are working.

We recommend you bring the following to your appointment:

  • An up-to-date CV (if you have one)
  • Valid identity document that proves your eligibity to work in the UK
  • Your National Insurance number
  • Proof of address – from a P45, P60, bank statement, utility bill or payslip from your previous employer
  • Two references – or the details of two work-related referees we can contact
  • Bank details – if you are considering a temporary placement
Please call us on 01606 591 991 to either cancel the appointment or rearrange for another time.
For the most part temporary workers have the same rights and entitlements as direct employees. If you think that you are being disadvantaged in any way by your agency, you should contact the Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate by visiting their web site by clicking here.